Kamaniskeg compares favourably with lakes in the area.
Lots of info at LPP and at FOCA. Basically you need a boat to start with. You also need to prepare a rope/string which needs to be graduated in 0.1 metre increments and should be at least 6m long. Every
The Broad-scale Fisheries Monitoring program collects information from representative lakes in fisheries management zones across the province to help biologists manage our fisheries effectively. This bulletin provides a snapshot of recent monitoring activities and netting results. The sampling approach allows us to measure and evaluate the health of Ontario’s lakes and their fish communities, and track changes through time over broad areas of Ontario.
Here are some graphs and data that provide some idea of what has been happening in Kamaniskeg’s North Basin between 2010 and 2014.
Invasive Species An invasive species is a plant, animal or fish that has been introduced to an area outside of its normal geographic range, and threatens the health of our natural areas by out-competing native species for food and habitat.
For Madawaska River water level and flow information visit OPG River System Data.
The Ministry of Natural Resources will be conducting a fisheries assessment project on Kamaniskeg Lake in the summer of 2014 as part of the provincial broadscale monitoring program. Please see attached information: 2014 SR BsM Notice to Lake Residents 2014
To minimize the threat to our waterways, continued diligence is needed to control further infestation of invading species. Boaters, anglers and operators of personal watercraft must take precautions to avoid transporting invading species either to or from Kamaniskeg. Boaters and